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  1. This is charming and enjoyable, and it communicates a good message. It’s not an attempt to be hip or cool with the kids; it’s just a game of words. It appeals to me.

  2. This month is Trisomy Awareness Month.

    Anyone with a Trisomy disorder has three chromosomes instead of two, which means they have extra chromosomes.

    I like the sign because it is quite charming.

  3. My biology instructor in 9th grade stated something like this:

    >Some children have something we don’t, something that distinguishes them. It’s referred to as the “kindness gene.”

    She was the type of teacher who dressed and acted like a white grandmother but could silence most students. “Wait, what?” my partner and I both thought as we exchanged glances.

  4. I was visiting a children’s apparel website when I noticed a child with Down syndrome wearing a shirt that said “don’t worry guac, I’m extra too.” That was fantastic, in my opinion.

  5. My coworker’s son has Down Syndrome, and he wears a shirt that says “My Homie with Another Chromie” and has a photo of his son below it.

    It’s very cute. Hopefully, no one will be insulted.

  6. Isn’t that the slogan for some Down Syndrome Awareness organization or something? I noticed that phrase around a week ago on Down Syndrome Awareness Day.

  7. So, what made you leave your previous job?

    We had to decorate bulliten boards, and not everyone is as enthusiastic about my task as I am.

  8. I used to work at a printing business. We made labels, stickers, and other materials. A school contacted us one day and requested a batch of stickers bearing the phrase “Powered by an Extra Chromosome.” I was conflicted, but I printed 1000 of them scumbags anyhow.

  9. I’m thrilled that special needs children and adults are becoming more “normalized.” My son has a great sense of humor and enjoys laughing. He makes our world a better place by bringing so much joy and laughter to people around him. I’m not encouraging people to make fun of others, but it’s encouraging to see those who have the bravery and heart to do so.

  10. Crohn’s Disease is an illness that I suffer from. Because wordplay is entertaining, many of us prefer to use the phrase “Crohnies.”

    Consider what would happen if some of us also had Down’s syndrome. We’d be Crohnie homies with extra-chromies.

  11. This was my first year participating in a buddy walk. I had a fantastic experience. There was so much joy and love around. I’m looking forward to next year. I’ve got some homies who have a lot of additional chromies.

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